We have a small network for a small business. We use all Cisco routers and switches, the latter mostly being EOL products. We also have a Cisco WLC5508 which services mostly MikroTik clients to provide network access for remote machinery. The network runs OSPF. We have an issue with routing to the networks behind the wireless clients despite the OSPF routes being present.
As per the attached file, you can see the example-equipment-router. This router can be pinged on both sides of its network and all equipment behind this router can also be pinged and accessed. These routers are MikroTik hEX Lite.
You can also see example-equipment-wireless-router. These routers can be pinged on the network side only. In this example, that would be the [login to view URL] address. These cannot be pinged on the [login to view URL] address. Equipment behind these also cannot be pinged which are on the [login to view URL] network.
Any further clarifications can be requested.
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Have you checked the traceroute of hosts unable to ping [login to view URL] or to [login to view URL] Try pinging from router to host at [login to view URL] or [login to view URL]
Dears, Kindly know that I have strong experience on networking especially on CISCO devices, routing protocols like OSPF, EIGRP, BGP so I am confident that I can do the job. Best regards,
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